NEURON at the 2011 SFN Meeting

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Sat 11/12 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

45.02
Poster

K2

*E. W. SCHOMBURG1, C. A. ANASTASSIOU1, G. BUZSÁKI2, C. KOCH1,3; 1California Insitute of Technol., Pasadena, CA; 2Ctr. for Mol. and Behavioral Neurosci., Rutgers, Newark, NJ; 3Allen Inst. for Brain Sci., Seattle, WA

Spiking component of slow extracellular potentials (LFPs) in hippocampus

45.Oscillations and Synchrony: EEG Studies

Sat 11/12 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

46.08
Poster

M7

Y. AMARILLO1, *M. S. NADAL2,1; 1Física Estadística e Interdisciplinaria, 2Ctr. Atomico Bariloche, SC de Bariloche, Argentina

On the repetitive burst firing of Thalamic Relay Neurons

46.Modulation of Neuronal Firing Properties I

Sat 11/12 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

46.12
Poster

M11

*S. HUANG, E. DE SCHUTTER; Okinawa Inst. of Sci. and Technol., Okinawa, Japan

A computational study of chloride metabolism in Purkinje neuron

46.Modulation of Neuronal Firing Properties I

Sat 11/12 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

50.02
Poster

U2

*M. E. KEANE1, S. D. DEYO1, J. A. BAJWA4,5,6, A. ABOSCH2, M. D. JOHNSON3; 1Biomed. Engin., 2Dept. of Neurosurg., 3Inst. for Translational Neurosci., Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 4Neurolog. Associates of St. Paul, Saint Paul, MN; 5Nasseff Neurosci. Ctr., United Hosp., Saint Paul, MN; 6Capistrant Ctr. for Parkinson’s Dis. and Movement Disorders, Bethesda Hosp., Saint Paul, MN

Quantifying the pathways modulated by Vim-DBS for Essential Tremor

50.Parkinson's Disease: Deep Brain Stimulation and Clinical Therapies

Sat 11/12 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

75.06
Poster

MM3

*J. STRAEHLE1, H. S. MEYER2, J. HOFFMANN1, B. SAKMANN2, M. HELMSTAEDTER1; 1Max Planck Inst. for Med. Res., Heidelberg, Germany; 2Max Planck Florida Inst., Jupiter, FL

A mechanistic model of the L4-to-L2/3 circuit in primary somatosensory cortex

75.Somatosensory: Local Cortical Circuits

Sat 11/12 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

75.12
Poster

MM9

M. W. REIMANN1, C. A. ANASTASSIOU2, *S. L. HILL1, C. KOCH2, H. MARKRAM1; 1Brain Mind Institute, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland; 2Div. of Biol., Caltech, Pasadena, CA

The composition of extracellular potentials in neocortical microcircuits

75.Somatosensory: Local Cortical Circuits

Sun 11/13 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Hall A-C

162.05
Poster

DD5

*E. A. FRANSEN1,2, J. TIGERHOLM1, M. E. PETERSSON1, R. CARR3, O. OBREJA3, A. LAMPERT4, M. SCHMELZ3; 1Royal Inst. of Technol., Stockholm, Sweden; 2Stockholm Brain Inst., Stockholm, Sweden; 3Anaesthesiology, Universitaetsmedizin Mannheim, Univ. of Heidelberg, Mannheim, Germany; 4Inst. of Physiol. und Pathophysiology, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Erlangen, Germany

Computational modeling of activity dependent velocity changes in peripheral C-fibers

162.Somatosensory and Pain: Functional Properties

Sun 11/13 8:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Hall A-C

169.07
Poster

HH16

*M. BERNING, I. FUKUNAGA, A. SCHAEFER; Behavioural Neurophysiol., Max Planck Inst. For Med. Res., Heidelberg, Germany

Systematic analysis of the relation between connectivity and olfactory bulb output phase

169.Olfaction: Neural Coding in Olfactory Bulb/Antennal Lobe

Sun 11/13 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

169.20
Poster

HH29

*Y. YU1, T. S. MCTAVISH1, M. L. HINES1, G. M. SHEPHERD1, M. MIGLIORE1,2; 1Dept. of Neurobio., Yale Univ. Sch. Med., NEW HAVEN, CT; 2Inst. of Biophysics, Natl. Res. Council, Palermo, Italy

Emergent spatially distributed synaptic clusters in a large-scale network model of the olfactory bulb

169.Olfaction: Neural Coding in Olfactory Bulb/Antennal Lobe

Sun 11/13 8:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Hall A-C

197.18
Poster

WW13

B. REYNAERT1, E. RAMIREZ2, J. MPODOZIS2, G. MARIN2, *J.-C. LETELIER2; 1Univ. de Chile, Santiago, Chile; 2Univ. of Chile, Santiago, Chile

Spatio-temporal properties of excitation and inhibition for an attentional mechanism in the optic tectum of the pigeon (Columba livia).

197.Functional Mechanisms of Attention

Sun 11/13 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

230.16
Poster

B15

*M. FERRANTE1, J. K. MAKARA2, J. C. MAGEE2, M. MIGLIORE3, G. A. ASCOLI1; 1George Mason Univ., FAIRFAX, VA; 2Howard Hughes Med. Institute, Janelia Farm Res. Campus, Ashburn, VA; 3Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Palermo, Italy

Functional consequences of dendritic branch point morphology

230.Dendrite Development

Sun 11/13 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hall A-C

234.09
Poster

C20

*R. BRENNER1, B. WANG2, D. B. JAFFE3; 2Physiol., 1UT Hlth. Sci. Ctr, San Antonio, SAN ANTONIO, TX; 3Biol., UT San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

The BK channel fast afterhyperpolarization is mediated by selective coupling between type I, fast-gated BK channels and ryanodine receptors

234.Potassium Channels: Calcium Activated

Sun 11/13 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

234.11
Poster

C22

*D. B. JAFFE1, B. WANG2, R. BRENNER2; 1Univ. of Texas At San Antonio, SAN ANTONIO, TX; 2Dept. of Physiol., Univ. of Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr. San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

Shaping of somatic and dendritic action potentials in dentate gyrus granule cells by type I and type II BK channels

234.Potassium Channels: Calcium Activated

Sun 11/13 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

239.07
Poster

D52

*E. MUNRO1,2, N. KOPELL1; 1Mathematics, Boston Univ., Boston, MA; 2RIKEN Brain Sci. Inst., Tokyo, Japan

Neocortical pyramidal cells can control signals to post-synaptic cells without firing: a model of the axonal plexus

239.Signal Propagation: Cortical Neurons

Sun 11/13 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

295.07
Poster

VV57

*S. EL BOUSTANI, P. YGER, Y. FRÉGNAC, A. DESTEXHE; UNIC CNRS UPR 3293, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

mSTDP : A model of Spike Timing-Dependent Plasticity with metaplasticity which accounts for stable learning in stochastic in vivo-like network states

295.Memory Consolidation and Reconsolidation: Neural Mechanisms

Sun 11/13 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

306.19
Poster

YY30

*T. J. FOUTZ1,2, C. C. MCINTYRE1,2; 1Biomed. Engin., Case Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH; 2Biomed. Engin., Cleveland Clin., Cleveland, OH

Computational analysis of optogenetics: fiber optic stimulation of a channelrhodopsin-2 positive pyramidal neuron

306.New Techniques: Optogenetics II

Mon 11/14 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

335.04
Poster

B45

C. FIETKIEWICZ1, K. A. LOPARO1, *C. G. WILSON2; 1Dept. of Electrical Engin. and Computer Sci., 2Dept Pediatrics, Case Western Reserve Univ., CLEVELAND, OH

Phase Relationships in a Computational Model of Respiratory Rhythm Generation in an in vitro slice

335.Motor System Development

Mon 11/14 8:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Hall A-C

349.02
Poster

O10

*S. PARK1, J. KWAG2; 1Brain and Cognitive engineering, Seoul, Korea, Republic of; 2Brain and Cognitive engineering, Korea Univ., Seoul, Korea, Republic of

Inhibitory synaptic input location-dependence of the control of spike timing during theta-frequency oscillation in hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neuron: A NEURON model study

349.Neural Oscillators

Mon 11/14 8:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Hall A-C

349.03
Poster

O11

*K. R. TUCKER1, M. A. HUERTAS3, J. P. HORN2, C. C. CANAVIER3, E. S. LEVITAN1; 1Dept. of Pharmacol. and Chem. Biol., 2Dept. of Neurobio. and Ctr. for Neurosci., Univ. of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; 3Neurosci. Ctr. of Excellence, Louisiana State Univ. Hlth. Sci. Ctr., New Orleans, LA

Pacemaker rate and depolarization block in dopamine neurons depend differently upon the density and spatial distribution of sodium channels

349.Neural Oscillators

Mon 11/14 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Hall A-C

349.05
Poster

P1

U. PEREIRA1, J. VERA1, M. PEZZOLI1, J. BACIGALUPO2, *M. SANHUEZA3; 1Univ. de Chile, Santiago, Chile; 2Biol, Biol. Dept and ICDB Institute, Univ. Chile, Santiago, Chile; 3Biol, Biology, Fac Sci, Univ. Chile, Santiago, Chile

A computational conductance-based model that reproduce theta resonance dynamics in olfactory amygdala neurons

349.Neural Oscillators

Mon 11/14 8:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Hall A-C

374.10
Poster

MM12

*G. LI, T. A. CLELAND; Psychology Dept., Cornell Univ., ITHACA, NY

A biophysical model of cholinergic modulation in the olfactory bulb

374.Olfaction: Higher-Order Processing and Integrative Studies

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

448.12
Poster

G8

*W. J. SPAIN1, S. CAVANAUGH2, S. J. SLEE3, M. S. KUZNETSOVA4, P. C. SCHWINDT4, M. H. HIGGS5; 1Neurol., 2Physiol. & Biophysics, Univ. Washington, SEATTLE, WA; 3Biomed. Engin., Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD; 5Neurol., 4Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Hlth. Care Syst., Seattle, WA

EPSC amplitude noise caused by fast synaptic depression: A function in robust spike time coding

448.Presynaptic Mechanisms: Short-Term Plasticity

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

452.04
Poster

M9

*G. TOLEIKYTE, C. SCHMIDT-HIEBER, T. BRANCO, C. P. BURGESS, M. HAUSSER; Wolfson Inst. for Biomed. Res., UCL, London, United Kingdom

Dendritic integration of synaptic inputs in stellate cells of the medial entorhinal cortex

452.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration I

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hall A-C

452.09
Poster

N2

*A. C. ROQUE, R. PUBLIO; Physics, Univ. de Sao Paulo, Ribeirao Preto, Brazil

Role of active dendrites on the dynamic range of simulated models of retinal ganglion cells

452.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration I

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

452.14
Poster

N7

*A. E. CASALE1, D. MCCORMICK2; 1Interdepartmental Neurosci. Program, 2Neurobiology, Kavli Inst. for Neurosci., Yale Univ., New Haven, CT

Initiation, propagation, and modulation of action potentials in active thalamic interneuron dendrites

452.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration I

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

452.18
Poster

N11

*M. T. HARNETT1, J. K. MAKARA1, N. SPRUSTON2, J. C. MAGEE1; 1Janelia Farm Res. Campus, Howard Hughes Med. Inst., Ashburn, VA; 2Neurobio. & Physiol., Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL

Compartment-specific voltage attenuation across dendritic spine necks

452.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration I

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

475.10
Poster

II5

*T. S. MCTAVISH1, M. MIGLIORE2, G. M. SHEPHERD1, M. L. HINES3; 1Neurobio., Yale Univ. Sch. of Med., New Haven, CT; 2Inst. of Biophysics, Natl. Res. Council, Palermo, Italy; 3Dept. of Computer Sci., Yale Univ., New Haven, CT

Mitral cell spike synchrony modulated by dendrodendritic synapse location

475.Olfaction: Cellular and Circuit Mechanisms in Olfactory Bulb/Antennal Lobe

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hall A-C

477.17
Poster

JJ32

*H. SUN, B. WALMSLEY; Dept Neurosci., Australian Natl. Univ., Canberra, Australia

A computational model of nerve impulses generated in the spiral ganglion cell radial afferents in response to stochastic quantal release from inner hair cell ribbon synapses

477.Auditory Receptor Cells and Cochlea

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

478.11
Poster

KK8

*J. M. THOMPSON1, P. B. BROWN1, R. J. MILLECCHIA1, G. A. SPIROU2; 1Physiol. and Pharmacol., 2Otolaryngology; Physiol. and Pharmacol., WVU Sch. of Med., Morgantown, WV

Structure and functional roles of bilateral inhibitory circuits projecting to medial superior olive of cats

478.Auditory Processing: Sound Localization and Binaural Interactions

Mon 11/14 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hall A-C

496.09
Poster

TT25

*E. HAGEN1, J. C. FOSSUM1, K. H. PETTERSEN1, J. M. ALONSO2, H. A. SWADLOW3, G. T. EINEVOLL1; 1Dept. Mathematical Sci. and Technology, IMT, Norwegian Univ. of Life Sciences, UMB, Ås, Norway; 2Dept. of Biol. Sci., SUNY Col. of Optometry, New York, NY; 3Dept. of Psychology, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Modeling the spatiotemporal local-field potential footprint of unitary thalamocortical inputs to sensory cortex

496.Thalamocortical Processes

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Hall A-C

568.26
Poster

Z29

*P. D. ROBERTS1, H. GERTS2, A. SPIROS3; 1In Silico Biosci., Portland, OR; 2In Silico Biosciences, Inc, Philadelphia, PA; 3In Silico Biosciences, Inc, Portland, OR

A biophysical computational model to guide drug development using human electroencephlograph

568.Preclinical Experimental Therapeutics in Psychotic Disorders

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

621.04
Poster

YY41

*R. L. SCHIEK1, C. E. WARRENDER2, H. K. THORNQUIST3, M. TING3, E. R. KEITER3, T. V. RUSSO3, E. L. RANKIN3; 1Sandia Natl. Lab., ALBUQUERQUE, NM; 2Cognitive Modeling, 3Electrical Systems Modeling, Sandia Natl. Labs., Albuquerque, NM

Advanced partitioning and integration techniques to improve parallel performance of densely connected neuron simulations

621.Computational Modeling and Simulation I

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

622.04
Poster

YY66

*S. A. NEYMOTIN1, C. C. KERR2,4, G. CHADDERDON2, J. T. FRANCIS2, W. W. LYTTON3,5; 1Biomed. Engin. Program, SUNY Downstate, BROOKLYN, NY; 2Physiol. & Pharmacol., 3Physiol. & Pharmacology, Biomed. Engineering, Neurol., SUNY Downstate, Brooklyn, NY; 4Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; 5Neurol., Kings County Hosp., Brooklyn, NY

Restoring physiological oscillations using neuroprosthetic spike-timing-dependent plasticity in computer model of neocortex

622.Computational Modeling and Simulation II

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Hall A-C

622.11
Poster

YY73

S. A. NEYMOTIN1, C. KERR2,4, J. T. FRANCIS2, *W. W. LYTTON3,5; 1Biomed. Engin. Program, 2Physiol. & Pharmacol., SUNY Downstate, Brooklyn, NY; 3SUNY Downstate, BROOKLYN, NY; 4Physics, U Sydney, Sydney, Australia; 5Neurol., Kings County Hosp. Ctr., Brooklyn, NY

Attentional modulation of receptive fields in a computer model of the thalamocortical system

622.Computational Modeling and Simulation II

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

622.24
Poster

YY86

*C. KERR1,2, S. A. NEYMOTIN1, J. MO3, C. E. SCHROEDER4, M. DING3, W. W. LYTTON1; 1Physiol. and Pharmacol., State Univ. of New York, Brooklyn, NY; 2Sch. of Physics, Univ. of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; 3Biomed. Engin., Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, FL; 4Program in Cognitive Neurosci. and Schizophrenia, Nathan Kline Inst. for Psychiatric Res., Orangeburg, NY

Interlaminar feedback connections dominate in macaque inferotemporal cortex: in vivo and in silico studies

622.Computational Modeling and Simulation II

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

623.08
Poster

ZZ4

*C. SCHNEIDER, M. CASE, I. SOLTESZ; UC Irvine, Irvine, CA

Enlargement and improvement of a computational model of the rat dentate gyrus

623.Computational Modeling and Simulation III

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

624.08
Poster

ZZ30

*R. MURPHY, J. F. STORM; Physiol., Univ. of Oslo, Dept. of Physiol., Oslo, Norway

Correction of space-clamp errors in voltage-clamp experiments on neurons: Extension of Cox’s method

624.Computational Modeling and Simulation IV

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Hall A-C

624.18
Poster

ZZ40

R. A. MCDOUGAL1,3,4, W. W. LYTTON5, *M. L. HINES2; 2Computer Sci., 1Yale Univ., NEW HAVEN, CT; 3Mathematics, The Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH; 5Physiology,Pharmacology,Neurology, 4SUNY Downstate, Brooklyn, NY

Object-oriented reaction-diffusion modeling in the neuron simulator.

624.Computational Modeling and Simulation IV

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

624.20
Poster

ZZ42

*S. CHEMLA1, F. CHAVANE2; 1Canadian Ctr. For Behavioral Neurosci., Lethbridge, AB, Canada; 2DyVA Team, INCM CNRS, UMR 6193, Marseille, France

A biophysical cortical column model to study the effect of GABAA receptor modulation on the VSDI signal

624.Computational Modeling and Simulation IV

Tue 11/15 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

627.16
Poster

AAA33

*D. K. WOJCIK, H. GLABSKA, J. POTWOROWSKI, P. MAJKA, S. LESKI; Nencki Inst. of Exptl. Biol., Warszawa, Poland

Extracting dynamics of different cell populations from multielectrode LFP recordings

627.Data Analysis and Statistics III

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

655.03
Poster

B60

*S. L. ALLAM1, V. S. GHADERI2, J.-M. C. BOUTEILLER1, N. AMBERT4, S. BISCHOFF4, M. BAUDRY3, T. W. BERGER1; 1Biomed. Engin., 2Electrical Engin., 3Dept. of Biol. Sci., USC, Los Angeles, CA; 4Rhenovia Pharma, Mulhouse, France

Computational modeling of synaptic non-linear dynamics: From a tri-partite synapse to a neuron-glia network

655.Synaptic Integration

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

655.04
Poster

B61

*E. Y. HU1, S. L. ALLAM1, J.-M. C. BOUTEILLER1, M. SARMIS3, N. AMBERT3, R. GREGET3, S. BISCHOFF3, M. BAUDRY1,2, T. W. BERGER1,2; 1Biomed. Engin., 2Biol. Sci., USC, Los Angeles, CA; 3Rhenovia, Mulhouse, France

Comparative analysis of the synaptic modeling platform eons and its application in multilevel modeling

655.Synaptic Integration

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

655.06
Poster

B63

*J.-M. C. BOUTEILLER1,3, S. L. ALLAM1, E. Y. HU1, V. S. GHADERI1, N. AMBERT3, A. LEGENDRE3, R. GREGET3, M. SARMIS3, A. F. KELLER3, F. PERNOT3, S. BISCHOFF3, M. BAUDRY2,3, T. W. BERGER1,2,3; 1Biomed. Engin., USC, LOS ANGELES, CA; 2Biol. Sci., USC, Los Angeles, CA; 3Rhenovia Pharma, Mulhouse, France

From synapses to mini-network: Modeling the effects of positive AMPA receptor modulator

655.Synaptic Integration

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

655.19
Poster

C12

*J. JANG, M. PARK; Sungkyunkwan Univ., Suwon, Korea, Republic of

Evaluation of location-dependent synaptic variability in the dendrite of midbrain dopamine neurons

655.Synaptic Integration

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

656.02
Poster

C14

*M. FARINELLA, D. C. T. RUEDT, P. GLEESON, A. R. SILVER; Univ. Col. London, London, United Kingdom

Background synaptic activity controls NMDA spike duration and propagation in a model of layer 5 pyramidal neuron

656.Synaptic Integration: Cortex and Hippocampus

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

656.04
Poster

C16

A. MOHAN1, *A. I. COWAN1, C. STRICKER1,2; 1Neurosci., JCSMR, Australian Natl. Univ., Acton,, Australia; 2ANU Med. Sch., Acton, Australia

A multiresponse technique for robust estimation of passive membrane parameters of neurons

656.Synaptic Integration: Cortex and Hippocampus

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

656.12
Poster

C24

S. J. GUZMAN1, *M. FROTSCHER2, P. JONAS1; 1IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria; 2Univ. Freiburg, D-79104 Freiburg, Germany

Glutamatergic synaptic transmission in the CA3-CA3 pyramidal cell network

656.Synaptic Integration: Cortex and Hippocampus

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

656.16
Poster

C28

*T.-W. KUO, C.-C. LIEN; Inst. of Neurosci. and Brain Res., Natl. Yang-Ming Univ., Taipei, Taiwan

Role of shunting mechanism in the dentate gyrus: A computational study

656.Synaptic Integration: Cortex and Hippocampus

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

662.02
Poster

E23

*A. SHAI1, C. ANASTASSIOU2, C. KOCH2,3; 1Pasadena, CA; 2Caltech, Pasadena, CA; 3Allen Inst. for Brain Sci., Seattle, WA

Single neuron computation during oscillatory barrages of synaptic input

662.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration II

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Hall A-C

662.06
Poster

E27

*M. E. PETERSSON, E. A. FRANSÉN; Sch. of Computer Sci. and Communication, Royal Inst. of Technol., Stockholm, Sweden

Stable subthreshold dendritic membrane potential plateaus maintained by TRP currents

662.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration II

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hall A-C

662.09
Poster

E30

*M. R. GROEN1, J. WORTEL2, M. P. DEKKER2, H. M. MANSVELDER1, A. VAN OOYEN1, R. M. MEREDITH1; 1Integrative Neurophysiology, Ctr. for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Res., 2functional genomics, Ctr. for Neurogenomics and Cognitive Res., VU Univ., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Development of tonic GABA-A mediated inhibition restricts dendritic action potential back propagation

662.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration II

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

662.11
Poster

E32

H. ANWAR1,2, W. VAN GEIT1,2, S. HONG1, *E. DE SCHUTTER2,1; 1Okinawa Inst. of Sci. and Technol., Okinawa, Japan; 2Univ. Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

Constructing a biophysically detailed model of Purkinje cell dendrites

662.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration II

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

662.12
Poster

E33

*Y. R. SHAO, J. E. ELSTROTT, D. R. C. HOUSE, D. E. FELDMAN; Mol. and Cell. Biol., UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

Characterization of voltage clamp and current clamp methods for estimation of synaptic conductances in L2/3 pyramidal cells

662.Dendritic Excitability and Synaptic Integration II

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

691.12
Poster

LL6

*C. F. RABANG1, E. L. BARTLETT2; 1Weldon Sch. of Biomed. Engin., 2Biol. Sciences, Weldon Sch. of Biomed. Engin., Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN

Modeling the influence of inhibition in shaping temporal coding in the medial geniculate body (MGB)

691.Auditory Processing: Spectral and Temporal Processing

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Hall A-C

706.09
Poster

UU9

*S. M. ELBASIOUNY1, M. JIANG2, C. J. HECKMAN3; 1Evanston, IL; 2Physiol., Northwestern Univ., Evanston, IL; 3Physiol., Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL

Using computer simulations for assessing the contributions of motoneuron intrinsic properties and synaptic inputs to the neural plasticity in ventral root output in response to electrical stimulation of the peripheral and descending tracts

706.Spinal Cord Injury: Synaptic Plasticity

Tue 11/15 1:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Hall A-C

710.04
Poster

VV19

*B. A. SUTER1, M. MIGLIORE2, G. M. G. SHEPHERD1; 1Dept Physiology, Feinberg Sch. Med., Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL; 2Natl. Res. Council, Palermo, Italy

Corticospinal neurons in mouse motor cortex: Intrinsic properties and NEURON model

710.Cortical Planning and Execution: Nonprimate Neurophysiology

Wed 11/16 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Hall A-C

765.01
Poster

D30

*B. TORBEN-NIELSEN, Y. LEFLER, I. SEGEV, Y. YAROM; Inst. of Life Sciences, Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem, Israel

The generation of phase-differences in a network of electrically coupled neurons

765.Oscillations and Synchrony: Computational Models and Hybrid Circuits

Wed 11/16 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Hall A-C

765.13
Poster

D42

*W. C. STACEY; Neurol., Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Network recruitment to coherent oscillations in a hippocampal computer model

765.Oscillations and Synchrony: Computational Models and Hybrid Circuits

Wed 11/16 8:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Hall A-C

766.13
Poster

D65

*K. SIDIROPOULOU1,2, P. POIRAZI1; 1Inst. of Mol. Biol. and Biotechnology, Fndn. For Res. and Te, Heraklio, Greece; 2Univ. of Crete, Heraklio, Greece

Firing-pattern specific properties of persistent activity in a pyramidal neuron model

766.Modulation of Neuronal Firing Properties II

Wed 11/16 8:00 AM
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Hall A-C

766.23
Poster

E3

*A. YADAV1, D. L. DICKSTEIN1, J. I. LUEBKE2, P. R. HOF1, C. M. WEAVER3; 1Neurosci., Mount Sinai Sch. of Med., New York, NY; 2Anat. and Neurobio., Boston Univ. Sch. of Med., Boston, MA; 3Mathematics and Computer Sci., Franklin and Marshal Col., Lancaster, PA

Maintaining robustness of firing in layer III pyramidal neurons: Predictions for the hyperpolarization-activated current IH in aging

766.Modulation of Neuronal Firing Properties II

Wed 11/16 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

766.24
Poster

E4

*C. M. WEAVER1, A. YADAV2, P. R. HOF2, J. I. LUEBKE3; 1Mathematics and Computer Sci., Franklin & Marshall Col., Lancaster, PA; 2Neurosci. and Friedman Brain Inst., Mount Sinai Sch. of Med., New York, NY; 3Anat. and Neurobio., Boston Univ. Sch. of Med., Boston, MA

Model parameter optimization predicts age-related changes in ion channel density in layer III pyramidal neurons

766.Modulation of Neuronal Firing Properties II

Wed 11/16 8:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Hall A-C

793.12
Poster

HH5

*J. LUJAN1, A. CHATURVEDI2, K. CHOI3, A. R. FRANCO4, P. E. HOLTZHEIMER4, C. C. MCINTYRE1, H. S. MAYBERG5,4; 1Biomed. Engin., Cleveland Clin. Fndn., Cleveland, OH; 2Biomed. Engin., Case Western Reserve Univ., Cleveland, OH; 3Bioengineering Program, Georgia Inst. of Technol., Atlanta, GA; 4Dept. of Psychiatry, 5Dept. of Neurol., Emory Univ. Sch. of Med., Atlanta, GA

Computational modeling analysis of axonal activation mediating the antidepressant response to Subcallosal Cingulate Deep Brain Stimulation

793.Mood Disorders: Experimental Therapeutics: Brain Stimulation and NMDAR Blockade

Wed 11/16 1:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Hall A-C

889.19
Poster

CC8

*J. TEJADA1,2, G. M. ARISI3, N. GARCIA-CAIRASCO3, A. C. ROQUE2; 1Univ. De São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil; 2Dept. of Physics, Sch. of Philosophy, Sci. and Letters of Ribeirão Preto, Univ. of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil; 3Sch. of Med. of Ribeirão Preto, Univ. of São Paulo, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil

Reduced excitability of simulated models of newborn dentate gyrus granule cells after Status Epilepticus induced by pilocarpine

889.Consequences of Seizures